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Deadmau5 Live Review – Wireless Festival

So, Deadmau5 opened Wireless Festival, let see what we saw….

Artist: Deadmau5
Venue: Wireless Festival, Hyde Park London
Date: 06/07/12

While over flowing rivers, hard as fuck rain, and general british summer niceties pounded the rest of the UK Hit The Floor were safely tucked up in a fancy hotel in London awaiting the arrival of one of our generations greatest producers and musician Deadmau5. The rest of the Wireless Festival had such an awesome atmosphere with everyone there for the same reason, to enjoy to some electronic dance music however this isn’t a review for Wireless, just for Deadmau5.

By the time Deadmau5 hits the stage the afternoon sun, yes sun, is setting over the London skyline and the crowds excitement is electrifying as they set to edge forward towards Joel’s trademark Mau5head. As the lights faded he kicked off with he’s new single and one of my songs of the year, The Veldt. I’m not going to lie I was uncontrollable at this point.

Sofi who is infamous for her mid-set appearances as she appears on Deadmau5 classics Sofi Needs a Ladder, One Trick Pony and Raise Your Weapon,  and this time was no different in fact this could have been her performance of her career, she give it her all and her presence was felt thought-out Hyde Park. Plus Sofi was joined front of stage with a demasked Joel Zimmerman which is always a highlight.

The rest of Joel’s set peaked with a huge tracks that have spanned his whole back catalog and he dusk turned into night, the stage lit up and Hit The Floor had the time of our lives, and the free wine from the VIP area just tipped it all off.

This was one of the greatest sets I have every seen. You must check Deadmau5 live, that’s it and you can at Creamfields later on this summer.

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